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Dec 1, 2013 2:00pm PST
and it shouldn't have." he also put his star correspondent, lara logan, and her producers on what's been politely termed a leave of absence indefinitely. on the same day, alec baldwin used denied using an anti-gay slur, only choice curse words weather a photographer outside his apartment. and the actor let loose in an interview, attacking tmz and what he called the fundamentalist wing of gay advocacy, naming blogger andrew sullivant and the no, sir g.l.a.d. was the punishment warrant t in these different cases? lauren ashburn, fox news contributor and author of the column on jim pinkerton, fox news contributor, and dana milbank, columnist for "the washington post." given the magnitude of the mistake on this benghazi story, was cbs justified in suspending lara logan? >> absolutely. this was a colossal mistake and something had to be done. that isn't to take away from lara logan and max mcclellan, who are very good journalists. but this is true in any corporation. when something goes wrong, you have to apologize and take action in order to maintain your credibility. >> i'm told the sus
Dec 16, 2013 7:00am PST
love that song. >> i know you do lara. they're going to be here. ron burgundy is going to be here tomorrow. you have the burgundy jacket on already. >> i do. hoping. waiting for you, ron. >> oh, he's waiting for you. trust me. oh, yeah. >>> a lot coming up tomorrow. but today, we're going to have more on the startling interrogation taps released. montana newly wed jordan graham accused of pushing her new husband off a cliff. >>> michael jackson's three children now, all featured if a new documentary, new interviews, as paris, revealing what her father said about teaching her the moon walk. and then young son blanket. never actually heard him speak before. first time on camera, talking about his dear old dad. >> just hope they're okay. >>> the new trend in parenting. the growing number of people having babies with no relationship strings attached. and the websites popping up to help the coparents get together. >> boy. there's a string attached. >> well said. >> we should move on, i guess. >> move on, george. >>> we're going to move on to the brand-new tapes of jordan graham, the mo
Dec 24, 2013 7:00am PST
center in houston. good morning, ryan. >> reporter: good morning, lara. that spacewalk now well under way. look at this. what a unique opportunity. we're inside the air lock here at johnson space center. this is where those very astronauts trained. they start here before they head out into the dark necessary of space. american astronauts rick mastracchio and mike hopkins start their work. the test inside their space suits, bone dry. they gave them a close inspection on monday, food who can blame them. one leak, one tear, and they are dead in an instant. i know you train for it. but is it scary when you're up there and there's nothing else? >> it is scary. it's a matter of just managing that fear. >> reporter: recent problems with those 35-year-old spacesuits have added to that fear. in july, an italian astronaut nearly drowned when water leaked into his helmet. >> i experienced what it was like to be a goldfish in a fish bowl, from the point of view of the goldfish. >> reporter: from part one on the spacewalk on saturday, a different problem with water in the suit. >> we want to dry that
Dec 18, 2013 7:00am PST
at the vatican and got to greet him. >> we certainly did, george and lara. i could have sworn that we won the lottery. >> i have us as winners. >> being here. tens of thousands for the wednesday audience. and waited hours to see the pope. he left just a short time ago. really spends a lot of time. >> we really saw it all on display today. he's been called the people's pope. and you really saw that again today, again, even as he encouraged all to be rays of light for hope, especially for the poor in the world. he also was a man of the people. receiving all the young, the sick, the aged, and to his immediate right, the champion argentine soccer team, of which he's a proud supporter. and gave a cheer, as well. >> that was his response when he saw them before he went up there. >> and i know when he came near us and we had a chance to meet with him, we really were filled with a moment of reverence. there was a moment of calm and peace that surrounds him. it was remarkable. >> you should have seen it. the way he spends time with people and the expression on his face, is something that will stay
Dec 27, 2013 7:00am PST
. as more news becomes available, we'll have it for you on abc. lara? >>> we turn to major concern this morning over security at our nation's major airports. this, after two alarming incidents on one of the busiest travel days of the year. and in both cases, intruders got on to the tarmac before they were arrested. gio benitez is at newark international airport with the story. good morning, gio. >> reporter: good morning to you, lara. here at newark, there's a $300 million security system. but clearly, even that wasn't enough to stop this intruder. and wait until you see what happened at other airports. watch a new video from this phoenix airport. police say this 49-year-old man, not only jumped the fence on to the tarmac, but you can see him running right up to a southwest airlines plane that had just landed on christmas day. in newark, christmas morning, police say a 24-year-old dressed in women's clothes, breached the pricey perimeter security and walked on to the tarmac, confronted by a united airlines worker. police conceding it took an unacceptably long time for officers to l
Dec 3, 2013 7:00am PST
in a minute. josh? robin? george? lara? >> thank you. >>> new information on what caused that deadly train crash in new york. investigators say it was dangerously speeding down the tracks at 82 miles per hour, into a curve, when it flew off the rails. abc's gio benitez is at the scene in the bronx for us. good morning, gio. >> reporter: robin, good morning to you. right now, the key question for the train's engineer, what exactly was he doing right before that crash that injured more than 60 and killed 4? this morning, investigators are looking closely at the train's excessive speed. 82 miles per hour, nearly three-times the speed permitted through that upcoming turn. >> we have a major train wreck. five cars on their side. multiple victims. >> reporter: sources tell abc news, human error was likely the cause of the crash. investigators are examining the engineer's cell phone to determine if he was distracted. the train had left poughkeepsie in the early morning hours on sunday. just after 7:00 a.m., the train was in the bronx area. the speed limit for trains here is 70 miles per hour. but
Dec 2, 2013 7:00am PST
'll return to abc in the new year as a judge of "the taste." lara? >> we thank you. >>> coming up, it's "gma" megamond. big "deals & steals" ahead. including a tasty one that will beef up your holiday table. >> tasty and beef up. >>> also, "play of the day." mon ron burgundy making my job easy again. go nowhere. "oh! you got me something" and "oh...this is awkward." remember, walgreens has a great assortment of little somethings, and we're always nearby, so it's easy to get in and out. see you on your lunch break. swing by walgreens for lindt lindor truffles, hallmark cards, and more. plus, get up to 20 dollars in jingle cash on next week's purchase of 30 dollars or more. here at the corner of happy and healthy. on next week's purchase of 30 dollars or more. ... through yonder window breaks ... it is the east ... and juliet is the sun we have a situation. what? we're out of dunkin'. [ gasps ] emergency backup. awesome. one taste, and you'll understand. where would you be without me? where are my keys? enjoy delicious dunkin' donuts coffee anytime. pick some up where you buy groceries. americ
Dec 10, 2013 7:00am PST
. grab soap. >>> "pop news" coming up. lara is back. but first, let's get some weather from ginger zee. >> hey, guys. it is definitely snowing out here this morning. i have friends from kansas city. what's your name? >> donna. >> enjoying her coffee. beautiful snow falling. not so beautiful because newark on a ground stop. that's what we know this morning. we also know that laguardia has had to hold some planes. this is a messy commute. let me tell you the timing. it is in, it is out and it is gone by this afternoon. look at the temperatures behind, big-time cold. it is the coldest air for so many folks that have been avoiding that chill. look at new york city. dropping into the 20s and staying there. there's going to be a windchill. d.c., same deal. 25 by the time we reach toward the end of the week. that's the big picture. >> all the way from ireland, a newly engaged couple. they have one thing to say. >> lara? >> wow, that's it? >> that's it. >> well, congratulations. >>> here's a look at what's coming up on our "gma morning menu." first in "pop news," a special treat for the other
Dec 17, 2013 7:00am PST
searching for the suspects, lara. >> thank you so much, reena. >>> now, new safety concerns about anti-bacterial soap, used by so many of us. the fda is cracking down, now asking companies to clearly show that benefits of these soaps outweighs any health risk. and dr. richard besser is here to tell us about it. >> this is big. for the first time, the fda is taking a move against the companies that make anti-bacterial soaps. and the reason for that is there's concern about safety, as well as whether they work. the companies say they've been able to show they killed germs. the fda wants them to show now that they also keep us healthier. and the reason for that is there is concern that some of the chemicals in these products can promote resistant infection and act like hormones in our body. >> do the opposite of what we're hoping for. do we use them? or do we not? >> i've never been a fan of anti-bacterial soap. regular soap and water, you use it properly, it will keep you very safe. these soaps don't kill viruses. that's what we're really concerned about. i reached out to the companies.
Dec 19, 2013 7:00am PST
friday. rebecca jarvis has all the details. >> reporter: good morning, lara. this is really serious. top law enforcement officials are stepping in to resolve one of the largest data breaches of all-time. it started at target stores just before black friday. it went on for weeks. and now, millions of americans have been impacted. this morning, abc news has learned that secret service is investigating a data breach at retail giant, target, involving approximately 40 million customer credit and debit cards. the information, believed to have been lifted from roughly 40,000 devices at store registers between november 27th and december 15th of this year. terrible timing for those eager holiday shoppers who hoped they would be the ones getting the deal. >> from the bad guys' perspective, that's the perfect day. to launch an attack. the more deals you have, the more people are sweeping their cards. >> reporter: security expert brian krebs said the data was on the magnetic strip on card, not online. and the breach may extend to all of the 1,700 target retail stores nationwide. >> the name, the ca
Dec 23, 2013 7:00am PST
on the story. good morning gio. >> reporter: good morning, lara. she was the high-level pr executive called a racist after posting a stunningly offensive tweet right before boarding a plane. in the air, unaware she was about to get fired. this morning, justine sacco, who was a top publicist who up until now repped internet joints like, okcupid, and the daily beast. her tweet -- going to africa. hope i don't get aids. just kidding. i'm white. now she tells abc news, words cannot express how sorry i am, and how necessary it is for me to apologize to the people of south africa. she posted the tweet friday, right before jumping on a plane from lon do ton cape down south africa. she was offline for the nearly 12-hour flight. the whole time, millions were online, an explosive reaction. her reputation imploding. that hashtag, has justine landed yet, seemed to appear everywhere. >> this is one of the fastest responses and crash and burns i have ever seen from a tweet. it's amazing how her life changed really during the course of one flight. >> reporter: this photo reportedly shows sacco w
Dec 26, 2013 7:00am PST
a very few actually were delayed. lara? >> all right, rob. >>> now, we turn to the latest on the deadline for americans to sign up for health insurance through the federal obamacare program. there's been a surge this week, causing extensive delays on the website. now, the white house has extended the deadline again. jon karl is with the president, who is vacationing in hawaii. what are you hearing about the latest extension and how it works? >> reporter: it's really a soft extension or a partial extension. what officials are saying is if you went on the website and you can prove you tried to enroll before the deadline, but they will give you some extra time or extra help but this is the third time, at leif the third time they've had to extend the deadline. the reason is the incredible surge in traffic. monday, they had 2 million on the website. but this late in the game the website is still not working the way it's supposed to be working. >> at least they know if they start to the process, they will be able to finish it. tell me about p president obama, we're told he went to visit with th
Dec 28, 2013 11:00pm PST
lara's love for her husband. >> my husband was a wonderful man. a good husband. >> reporter: with the american red white and blue draped over his casket, the remains of sergeant first class joseph gant passed by the patriot guard riders. >> i remember him especially because he was so helpful to this young greenhorn as they call us in those days. >> reporter: a funeral service comes 63 years after the former pow was captured in 1950. he died in march of 1951. >> this is the greatest gift i could have. to see a wife receive him back. >> reporter: it is a homecoming for a man awarded the bronze star and purple heart. >> it is a wonderful thing for him to come home after 60 years of his wife not knowing where he is at. >> reporter: this is not just a celebration of his life, but a love affair. you see, cala never remarried. >> i had a lovely time being an married woman. >> reporter: he made it here to his final resting place with full military honors that clara waited for. >> returning pows back in 1953 that gant had died in custody, but his remains have only recently been iden
FOX News
Dec 27, 2013 8:00am PST
on benghazi that lara logan and her producer are on leave of absence for. coming up, why are people asking what happened to "60 minutes"? uh just gonna hang out. with gary and todd? yea. i've been meaning to ask you, is there any drinking going on in this crowd? no. so if any of your buddies ever pressure you to take a drink, just tell them you promised your dad you wouldn't. i'd do anything to keep you safe. ok. i will. i hope this is working. i promise. i love you too dad. they really do hear you. for tips on what to say visit harris: fox business alert now on unemployment benefits set to expire tomorrow. more than one million americans will feel it. but if congress does not reinstate the benefits, the unemployment rate could actually take a big drop. rich edson of the fbn is live for us in washington. why will the unemployment rate fall if these extended benefits expire? >> reporter: economists say the primary reason is thousands of those losing benefits would just stop looking for work. when the government calculates the unemployment rate, it only considers
Dec 11, 2013 7:00am PST
weighing in. don't put me in the box so soon. lara? josh? ginger? >> good morning to all of you. >>> and president obama arrived home a short time ago, from south africa. you see him getting off air force one right there with the first lady. came back to news of a bipartisan budget deal. could it put an end to government shutdowns? that's the question. and look at the pictures released from the trip on air force one. there's the president and president bush getting ready to have dinner there with their wives. in the conference room of air force one right there. it was a long flight. >> it does look that way. but it was another photograph, a selfie, of the president, with the british prime minister and the danish prime minister. that's making headlines this morning. and we're learning the story behind that particular photo and what's captured. >> the photographer speaking out right now. we'll get to that later. >>> let's get right to that miracle in the mountains. a nevada family rescued after missing for two days, stranded and freezing. abc's david wright is in their hometown, l
Dec 13, 2013 7:00am PST
. >> let's give it up. thank you so much for dancing. >>> lara, the morning menu? >> thank you. here's a look at what's coming up on our "gma morning menu." ahead in "pop news," the best body of the year, revealed. i vote for kelly ripa. we'll get into that, as well. >>> plus, what you need to know about spending less when you shop for the holidays. what is your secret saving strategy? we're going to share them. >>> and the craziest fashion trend this holiday season. i do so love it. swants, people. let's dance. all that and more coming up here on "good morning america," in times square. smoke? nah, i'm good. [ male announcer ] celebrate every win with nicoderm cq, the unique patch with time release smartcontrol technology that helps prevent the urge to smoke all day long. help prevent your cravings with nicoderm cq. >>> still to come here, an inspiring message from a most unlikely place. tomorrow, one year since the tragedy in newtown. but how the families there are finally putting their lives back together, one step at a time. a message for all of us this morning, is coming next. m
Dec 30, 2013 7:00am PST
? >>> well, good morning, america. right? robin, george, josh, lara all off this morning. david muir along with amy robach and the team. a new year's gift come early to be next to you this week. >> stop it some more, david. >>> a new twist in the tupelo murder case. the suspect allegedly threatening the president before his cross-country robbery spree. we'll have the latest details this morning. >>> and we have the very latest on the antarctica rescue. stalled by punishing weather that won't let the ice breakers get through. what the plan is to free the passengers. >>> as we prepare to ring in the new year, the bone-chilling temperatures in the midwest. ginger zee and the extreme weather team here. that's already a huge crowd in times square. >> they are. it's the warmest we're going to be. you can hear them. they're all happy. the temperatures are the mildest at this point that we'll be for a long time to come. let me show you where the cold air is this morning. now we have to make it serious. this is dangerous cold. when you expose skin to 32 below, that can be bad for the body. 10 blow
Dec 4, 2013 6:00pm PST
..estamos acudiendo al lugar con personal militar.. s/sergio lara montellaos/ secretario seguridad publica guerrero .es ilegal, no es el camino de conseguir en una democracia las cosas que uno quiere. por su parte los cuerpos de inteligencia han comenzado a movilizarse, son pocos los datos que tienen sobre esta reaccion social como le han llamado, pero ya trabajan en la identificacion de los lideres y las zonas hacia donde se estan moviendo. s/ jazive perez/ ciudad de mexico 1:10-1:15 inq=..en medio de las investigaciones se han encontrado documentos que revelan que este grupo armado nació en octubre de este ano y desde entonces hizo llamados a los pobladores de guerrero para que formaran grupos de autodefensa y los apoyaran en su surgimiento. la far-lp , eligio el aniversario del asesinato del lider guerrillero lucio cabanas para levantar su voz pues dice que su lucha se enfocara en condenar los crimines del estado, las desaparicione sforzadas , la tortura y las ejecuciones de lideres sociales que indican solo quieren ayudar a los pueblos. nunca como hoy es el momento de empezar la guerra. a lo l
Dec 20, 2013 7:00am PST
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Dec 25, 2013 4:00am PST
. >> and -- >> looks good. >> okay. just a couple things we could do. lara. >> thank you. thanks, em. >> there's a couple of things we could do. we could use a little powdered sugar. and sprinkle a little powdered sugar on it. we can do the strawberry sauce that we heated on that. so, we got a little strawberry sauce. and/or we could also, on the pancakes -- lara, would you drizzle that on the pancakes for me? >> the gingerbread pancakes. >> gingerbread. we made gingerbread batter. you beat it up. you can make it the day before. and basically, from that point on, you bring it up, let it come up to temperature. and do it with a little ladle, in a nonstick skillet. gingerbread pancakes. a little syrup and butter. if you want to go savory -- >> with the waffles. you can go a different direction. >> we have the chocolate french toast with the strawberry sauce. we have the gingerbread pancakes with butter and syrup. or you can do ham and cheese waffles. >> oh. >> so, we could go with savory. go savory, right? instead of the breakfast casserole? you know, that's great. we have a recipe for that, as
Dec 23, 2013 4:00pm PST
realized we had been misled. >> i think lara logan said it better than i did. >> now you have to be pillaged and brlundered by your colleagues. he makes a good case. >> no, he doesn't. that was absolutely terrible. let me tell you the biggest lie of the year. >> no, why is it terrible before you tell me. >> you have one informant hood winked 60 minutes? and that's the biggest lie of 2013? >> it's not even close. i know people in the media were like brian. but people, it didn't even affect the ratings that much. if you like 60 minutes, one mistake. i don't think one mistake can be the biggest lie. this is a mistake, unfortunate. it was the perfect storm of errors in fact checking. i don't think it was the biggest lie. >> can you let somebody get in? >> joe, what do you think? why is your colleague, brian stelter wrong? >> he's certainly not wrong, i just wouldn't rank it as number one. trayvon martin and george zimmerman case and the way that was handled. obviously there were some issues at msnbc. but overall, with media watchdogs out there, sites like media hype, news busters
Al Jazeera America
Dec 29, 2013 1:00pm EST
on the list with 13,289 runs just one read ahead of ravid. brian lara rounds out the top 5. australia's cricketers are intend to completing a 5-nil series at whitewash against england, a repeat of the 2006/2007 series. a century to fire the host to dominant 8 wickets when on dare 4, a 4-nil series. england were let down by that captain alister cook who dropped two catches in the first half hour. he says he wants to carry on as skipper but would take it on e chin if they thought there was a better man for the job. the final test on thursday. >> that's what we need in sydney, an outstanding one and everyone jumping on the back. >> that's what kind of turns the team around, which is struggling lake we are at the moment. >> i think it's a very special win for a number of reasons, obviously, the fact that a lot of people thought that we would come here complacent and not have the same will power to could to play the way we did in the first three ches matches but for the first time in the series, we found ourselves behind in the game. over the last couple of days have been able to turn th
Dec 17, 2013 7:00pm PST
law on lara on the winners' names as revolutions takes time to happen in time to make an actual change nonetheless most of the crew to understand the impatience of song that there has been this cost increases and that the constitutional assembly could've come out that darken a lot sooner when do you expect now. concretely the two nations to vote on the constitution and for there to the elections. ok this is a good question. as has been sad the commission on consensus about the constitution has finalized its work. now they are spending some time to figure out where the commas are going to be positioned because all the constitution is ready to be voted on the air at the national constituent assembly. now the elections will it end of the recreation of the ec which is being independent instance to supervise the election when mr mohamed romney was assassinated there either. our colleague in on him and was assassinated on the twenty fifth of july of this year are and we had elected to any of the nine person who's all be easy unfortunately his assassination the brutal assassination with fourt
Dec 4, 2013 7:00am PST
back in regular weather. let's get back to the desk. josh, robin george, and lara. >> she learned from the best, sam. all right. >>> now, new details in that fatal train derailment in new york that left four people dead. more than 60 injured. the train's engineer is telling investigators that he was, quote, in a daze right before the train went off the rails. abc's gio benitez is at the scene in the bronx. good morning, gio. >> reporter: robin, good morning to you. we are down at that train station. and amazingly, it has already reopened. in fact, just behind us, you can still see some of the debris. but right now, investigators are zeroing in on that train operator. dazed, dozing, possibly even asleep. this morning, sources telling abc news, train operator william rockefeller admitted he was dozing off just before sunday's deadly crash. his lawyer reportedly saying, rockefeller suffered highway hypnosis. a trance-like state where a driver falls asleep with eyes wide-open. the rail union rep claiming rockefeller caught himself, but it was too late. >> it was a shock to him. he was stun
Dec 31, 2013 7:00am PST
for our new year's rockin' morning. good morning, america. we should mention george, robin, josh and lara are all off this morning. i'm amy robach, along with david muir and bianna golodryga and ginger zee. >> i just love how you sang hello. i can't do it like you. ♪ hello >> all three of them, incredible. the party just getting started here this morning. ♪ i just came to say hello >> was that you or her? >> that was her. i lip-synced that one. >> you're the future, though. >>> you saw the video earlier. the black bear showing up at this house, not once, but twice. what was it the bear was coming back for? we get to the bottom of it. >> i think i know what that was. i remember this story. >>> prince william will be leaving his wife and new baby in the new year to go back to college, of all places. we'll tell you what he will be studying. and what kate will do when he's away. >>> and we're also counting down to the best commercials of 2013 before we usher in the new year. particularly the ones that went viral. the kmart ad. which one tops your list? the ones you love the most. >> can't
Dec 26, 2013 7:00am PST
mañana, lara y sam llegaron al maquillaje, los invitados especiales llenaron la casita . >> chiqui te tocó madrugar. >> para estar en un programa historico ,la verdad etamos trayendo las culturas y es un paso importante para la comunidad con el lanzamiento yo quiero que sepan que no durmimos nada anoche, mllegamos al hotel a las 2 de la mañana, sin dormir con el kit mañanero ,con café o con martillo o con un globo tronado en los la cara . >>> ¿de dónde sacaste el gallo?. >>> estuve parado aquí en la mañana y me dijeron trae un gallo, pero el de canta . >>> ¿le enseñaste alguna palabra en español?. >>> no, lo que quería era platicar en inglés . >>> ¿cómo te fue?. >>>ben, soy un cantante de inglés . >>> ¿qué le dijiste? . >>> (habla en inglés) . >>> me pongo nervioso aquí pues . >>> entre bailes y más bailes nuestros invitados no dejaban de reír, el corre y corre fue increíble ,pero nunca perdieron su energía . >>> (habla en inglés). >>> lara bailó con todo el mundo, dio las noticias de farándula, mientras que sam estuvo con ximena dando al condición del ti
Dec 8, 2013 8:00pm EST
it. but as lara logan reported in 2005, there are millions of people who take endless vacations in the summer-- a month, two months, even more. and we're not talking about the idle rich. these are government employees, blue collar workers, office clerks. what's their secret? they live in france. >> stephane marchand is a senior economics editor at the french newspaper le figaro. >> in my line of job, i am a journalist working with french newspaper. we have eight weeks of vacation. >> eight weeks of vacation? >> eight weeks, yes. i know it maybe surprising for you because i know in the u.s. you might have only two or three if you are lucky. but we have eight. >> like most frenchmen, marchand has no guilt about taking so much time off. in fact, it's the law. full-time workers in france are guaranteed at least five week's vacation, guaranteed those long lazy days in the sun and leisurely lunches in outdoor cafes. on top of the five weeks, there are another dozen public holidays and a maximum 35-hour work week with no paid overtime allowed. managers like marchand, who work more than
Dec 8, 2013 8:00am PST
in the media have run media organizations to outrage and controversy. 60 minutes did not fire lara logan for the flawed report that she put on the air. msnbc waited to essentially ask martin bashir to leave. ap fired three journalists for a mistake they made. suspension, firing? what's the standard? we don't have a standard. >> that's a great point. >> one of the things that also bothers me is that i feel like the institutions are acting to protect themselves at the expense of learning what happened and journalistic transparency. one of the things that i think that we see in common with the 60 minutes case and with msnbc is that cbs news a and msnbc seem to be trying to shut down the controversy before it harmed their brand publicly. rather than being journalistly transparent about how the mistake happened both them as a news organization and us as viewers. so we have no sense of where the line is for msnbc except you can't embarrass msnbc without getting fired and that's not a great lesson. >> that's a great point. let's briefly talk about something that doesn't involve scandal at all.
Dec 2, 2013 12:00pm PST
lara and also olivia wilde who plays james hunt's wife susie who runs off with richard burton -- >> rose: they get married and go to switzerland. >> yeah. so important because it was our chance to see these drivers away from the track and go further in terms of defining it as a character study. an inspirational true story, not just a sports movie. >> rose: how long did hunt race after he won the championship? >> i think it was another year and a half and, look, there's so much about these guys lives that you know, it's fascinating. i could have done three or four years of cable network television just on that season alone. there's so many twists and turns a friend died in hunt's arms a year and a half after he won the championship and i think that, you know, he had -- i think he'd done the thing he wanted to do. >> rose: win the world championship. >> prove that he was much more than anyone expected. >> rose: take a look at this. this is a clip in which hunt and lauda answer press questions. here it is. >> do you think you can cope with the pressure? >> i've never really under
Dec 28, 2013 7:00am EST
is lower on the line for democrats. that is lara on the line for democrats ash next up is a lara on the line for democrats -0- next up is laura on our line for democrats. caller: are you going to get back into the streets like when bush was in office and we lost everything? we are going backwards. --rybody should be looked at how they are living, how they should pay. they don't want to see these kids eat? come on. have a heart out there. cut everybody off unemployment and see how me jobs are lost. i pay my taxes every year. if i want my taxes to go to the poor and the people that don't have jobs, that is my prerogative. percent of this country has taken advantage of us and the republicans are given the tax loopholes and they are getting them right off of that they are getting off private jets. i wish i had a private jet. with just despicable republicans are doing to this country. host: a final report on sandy hook. authorities and consent -- and connecticut released a final report -- our next call comes from kingsport tennessee. millie is on our line for independents. caller: goo
Dec 11, 2013 1:40am PST
. here's abc's lara spencer. >> i'll take the job. >> reporter: that suit, that camera-ready hair and that voice. >> i'm ron burgundy. >> reporter: america's favorite anchorman is back, and now will ferrell is revealing the man who helped to bring ron burgundy to life. meet mort crim. >> i'm mort crim. >> reporter: a now retired anchor man. in an issue of "rolling stone" magazine, he said he found inspiration in watching him in a documentary in pioneering journalist jessica savage. >> good evening. i'm mort crim. he said, "at one point, they were talking to mort saying basically i was a blank to her. what made me laugh is watching him. he still spoke like this. he still used his on-camera voice." >> you have to understand that i was a typical, traditional 1972 male chauvinist anchor. >> it's uncalled for. i cannot work with this woman. >> i did not take any offense. comedy is not -- satire and parody is nothing but taking a grain of truth and stretching it out to a ridiculous conclusion and i think that's what they have done very skillfully in "anchorman," the first "anchorman." i
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Dec 1, 2013 3:00am PST
are on scene. we'll have more on this as it develops. tucker, over to you. >> thanks a lot. lara logan, alec baldwin, martin bashir, all in the spotlight for media crimes they committed or are accused of committing, but only two are facing real repercussions. martin bashir made over the top comments bubt sarah palin, but unlike the other two, he kept his job. where is the justice? here to discuss this is howard kurtz. >> there is a lack of justice. lara logan does a story that embarrassing the obama administration. apparently, it was a flawed story. alec baldwin makes comments, supposedly critical of gay people, he gets fired, and martin bashir attacks sarah palin, and he's fine. >> alec baldwin brought up the martin bashir comparison after msnbc blew up his show after the blow-up with a photographer outside his apartment. he did lose his temper and curse at the guy, but that wads on the street. he was angry. maybe you just suspend him, cut him slack, where bashir read his scathing personal, disgusting atact against sarah palin from a teleprompter. it was graphic, and they have not taken any
Dec 12, 2013 7:00am PST
's get inside to lara. >> thank you, ginger. >>> here's a look at what's coming up on your "gma morning menu." in "pop news," a massive mashup, with all of the year's internet stars. plus the beauty ad gone viral. breaking down the doubling standards in the workplace. it's a talker. >>> and should presents be a must at a kid's birthday party? there's one mom that put it on her daughter's party invite. we're anxious to hear what you think p of that story. that's coming up live on "good morning america." >>> and tory johnson with incredible "deals & steals." and the doggy edition of the gorgeous christmas sweater competition. ♪ every day we're working to be an even better company - and to keep our commitments. and we've made a big commitment to america. bp supports nearly 250,000 jobs here. through all of our energy operations, we invest more in the u.s. than any other place in the world. in fact, we've invested over $55 billion here in the last five years - making bp america's largest energy investor. our commitment has never been stronger. (car screeching) ♪ [ male announcer ] laura
Dec 5, 2013 7:00am PST
, in times square. >>> we have one big reveal today and two big welcomes. welcome back amy robach in for lara today. you look fantastic and you're up earl, ready to work. >> i have to tell you, i haven't felt this good in lots of weeks. and especially to be around all of you. thank you for having me. very, very happy to hear that alarm clock this morning at 4:00 a.m. >> that will last for a day. >> i know you're going to share more with us. but it's wonderful to have you back here with us. >> thank you. >>> and we bid a sweet farewell to sam yesterday. are you wearing the galoshes, ginger zee? >> i have them back there. don't worry. they're ready for when we need them. so no worries. and i'm so humble to be here to join the greatest team in america. >> we're happy to have you. >> awesome to see you. >> thank you. >> great to see you. >> thank you. >> we're really sorry about the hazing. find the coldest place. >> we'll get a little more today. >> and to be honest, finding the coldest place in america, you could pick many, many different states. >> you could. and that's the thing. this storm,
Dec 4, 2013 10:00am EST
as a helicopter crew chief and gunner. corporal hampton's exemp lara service as a devil dog is reflected in the commendations and decorations he received. mr. desantis: including the combat -- mr. desjarlais: including the combat medal. this recognition is a testament to the heroism and dedication to duty that marked his service in the united states marine corps. i along with a grateful nation congratulate him on receiving the palmer veteran award and thank him for his outstanding service to our nation. i yield back. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman yields back the balance of his time. for what purpose does the gentlelady from florida seek recognition? ms. wasserman schultz: i ask unanimous consent to address the house for one minute, revise and extend my remarks. the speaker pro tempore: the gentlelady from florida is recognized. ms. wasserman schultz: thank you, mr. speaker. i rise to highlight how the affordable care act is already helping thousands of breast cancer survivors and those with pre-existing conditions. in late 2007 i heard those terrible words, you have breast cance
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